IUCN threat status:

Vulnerable (VU)


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Range Description

This species is endemic to Italy where it is known from an extent of occurrence of 12,000 km2 and an AOO of 24 km2. Over a considerable time span, the only known localities of this species have been the Monte Pollino, Calabrian slope (type locality: Passo del Colle del Dragone), Lagonero and Monte Sirino in Basilicata and the Monte Autore (Monti Simbruini) in Latium (Manganelli and Giusti 1988). Two new sites have been detected by A. Hallgass in the Antiappenino laziale: Monte Semprevisa (1,536 m asl) in the Monti Lepini and Monte Petrella (1,533 m asl) in the Monti Aurunci (A. Hallgass pers. comm. 2011). The distribution area is fragmented.


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